The Dutch American Friendship Treaty (DAFT), is an agreement between the United States of America and the Kingdom of the Netherlands. This agreement enables American citizens preferential treatment to start a business or work on a self-employed basis in the Netherlands and its territories. In contrast to most of the other non-EU nationals, American entrepreneurs applying for a permit under the treaty do not need to satisfy the difficult points-based test that is often a barrier for non-EU nationals to obtain a permit as self-employed. American citizens who want to work and live in the … [Read more...] about DAFT – The Dutch American Friendship Treaty
The Civil Code provides some lawfully tools for the purpose of protecting the credit for alimony of the entitled spouse. A credit guarantee, at the request of the interested party, may order the seizure of the assets of the debtor spouse. The recent and unambiguous Jurisprudence affirmes that the mentioned seizure is not a precautionary measure, but it only aims to guarantee the fulfillment of the patrimonial obligations established by the separation betweenthe spouses. The civil protection may also be validly required as a warrant of the payment of maintenance for the … [Read more...] about If the former spouse refuses to pay alimony: the Italian Civil Code protection
In the event that separation is consensual, it will be up to the spose -with the advice of a lawyer - to establish, among the other clauses, the amount of the sum due for the maintenance allowance. Once the real fairness of the agreement has been ascertained, in order to protect the interests of existing children, the Court will proceed with the homologation of the agreed conditions, thus determining the legal separation. The details about alimony can then be modified by mutual consent, without submitting to a new approval from the Court. On the other hand, it can happen the case of a lack … [Read more...] about Criteria for determining alimony
Grounds to claim compensation for damages suffered by passengers On Good Friday afternoon Stansted Airport was suddenly closed for several hours, due to a bus parking in waiting area that caught fire for a technical problem. Many passengers have suffered serious problems and inconvenience for flight bans, which inevitably caused the loss of connections and flight cancellations for thousands of travellers at the London airport, who were about to leave for the long weekend holiday. Moreover, the discomforts were also recorded in the long hours of waiting inside the airport where … [Read more...] about Abandoned Passengers at Stansted Airport
The criminal provision is art. 216 R.D. n. 267/1942 which, at the first paragraph n. 1), punishes with the imprisonment from three to ten years the fact of the entrepreneur who: “distracted, concealed, disguised, destroyed or dispelled all or some of his goods or, to prejudice the creditors, has displayed non-existent losses”. The law, then, provides two relevant criminal behaviors: the cutback of the active assets of the company, and the fraudolent raise of the losses. The first general misconduct of distraction, includes whatever act aimed at deducting the goods of its … [Read more...] about Bankruptcy
There are two factors that would suggest that we are facing a new financial bubble: on the one hand, the rapid rise in bitocin prices. (The cryptocurrency has, in fact, exceeded for the first time the 10 thousand dollars, then even 11 thousand a few hours later and then return in the evening, to $ 9,500, confirming his volatile nature. Just one year ago it was just over 700 dollars, at the beginning of the year, and only one month and a half ago it broke through the threshold of 5.000. Today it is at levels equal to more than double). On the other hand, we are assisting to a return on … [Read more...] about Bitcoin: financial Bubble?